Do you prefer Fall door displays, or are you are looking for Thanksgiving bulletin board ideas? 

From a Thanksgiving theme to traditional Fall themes,  you will be inspired with the ideas below. 

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Holidays are something everyone looks forward to in a school, church, work place, or home! 

Not only is the daily schedule a little different, but all of the activities that we do each season are something to get excited about as well.

Thanksgiving is when decorating a home, school, or classroom starts to get fun!

Bulletin boards can really make a classroom, hallway, or any space feel festive if they are done well!

If you need new ideas for doors or thanksgiving bulletin board ideas, the post below has something for everyone.

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Fun Thanksgiving Bulletin Board Ideas

These fun classroom bulletin boards are perfect if you are looking for fall bulletin board ideas with an emphasis on Thanksgiving!

The orange, yellow, red, and brown color scheme is strong throughout most of these.

Welcome To Our Flock

If you are wanting to stick to the Thanksgiving (brown, yellow, orange, & red) color scheme, this is one of many boards that will help you do so!

This is a cute idea that would make a great bulletin board, but would also look nice along the top and bottom of a white board.

Welcome To Our Flock
Photo Credit: Differentiated Kindergarten

Shake Your Tail Feathers!

The easiest bulletin board ideas are the best bulletin board ideas! Paper plate crafts are some of the easiest and cheapest activities out there.

This board combines an easy Thanksgiving bulletin board with an easy Thanksgiving paper plate craft!

Shake Your Tail Feathers!
Photo Credit: Rainbows Within Reach

Give Thanks

Pretty much all you need for this festive bulletin board is construction paper! The letters, turkeys, fence, and leaves can all be made out of one cheap and easy-to-gather material.

Give Thanks
Photo Credit: Preschool Ideas, Enjoy Learning

Thankful Hands

This board lets students get their hands directly involved! You could have the students either put their hands on the feathers before or directly on the board!

They might find getting to paint the bulletin board a fun activity that gets them out of their seat!

Thankful Hands
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Thankful For Our Little Turkeys

This festive bulletin board display says what everyone is thinking around this holiday – how thankful we are for each other! 

You could make the turkeys or have each student or staff member make their own for a little variety.

Thankful For Our Little Turkeys
Photo Credit: Rainbows Within Reach

Give Thanks Everyday

This board is a great way to help remind everyone what the Thanksgiving season is all about. We all have so much to be thankful for.

Give Thanks Everyday
Photo Credit: Dana Lane Manning

Gobble Up A Good Book

If your students need a little inspiration on what good book to gobble up this season, this board should help!

Put whatever books you love on each of the feathers.

Gobble Up A Good Book
Photo Credit: Susan Kersey

Gobbling Down Turkey Lane

This is a creative Thanksgiving board idea if you are looking for something a little more unique!

Gobbling Down Turkey Lane
Photo Credit: Rainbows Within Reach

Eat Mor Chickn

This is a really cute idea if you love a certain fast food chicken franchise!

Eat Mor Chickn
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Thanksgiving Door Displays

An essential Thanksgiving classroom decoration? The classroom door of course!

Get everyone excited about the season the minute they start walking down the hallway with these festive door display ideas.

Thankful For You

This cute turkey has room for each of your students’ names on its feathers!

Thankful For You
Photo Credit: Shannon Mayer

A Minion Reasons To Be Thankful

What is it about these yellow minions that everyone loves? Whether you love them or not, this door would be a big hit because of their popularity!

A Minion Reasons To Be Thankful
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Cutest Pumpkins in the Patch

This idea is adorable and lets each student decorate their own pumpkin!

They can paint or embellish however they like and then each student’s name gets to be on the classroom door!

Cutest Pumpkins in the Patch
Photo Credit: My Calcas

Sweet As Pie

This door is so much fun whether or not you love pumpkin pie! Each student can make their own pie and the best part? They’re made out of paper plates!

Sweet As Pie
Photo Credit: Irene Buckbee

Keep Calm and Gobble On

This fun phrase works for so many holidays and seasons. This door is simple and all you really need is your paper of choice!

Keep Calm and Gobble On
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Turkey Feather Door Display

This classroom door has the bulk of the door as the turkey body and facial features right in the center.

Each person in the room can decorate their own feather to paste around the door.

Turkey Feather Door Display
Photo Credit: Teaching Special Thinkers

Enter This Room

Remind everyone who enters to be extra thankful with this fun door! This turkey is made solely from construction paper!

Each “feather” is folded accordion-style like a paper fan! This looks great and should be super easy to get done!

Enter This Room
Photo Credit: Heather Herring

We Are Thankful For Each Other

Add some fall leaves and you’ve got a door display for Thanksgiving and the fall season!

This door is something that could be adjusted each season simply by changing up and removing the tree leaves!

We Are Thankful For Each Other
Photo Credit: Chaylor & Mads

 We Have A Latte To Be Thankful For

Everyone loves a warm latte once the weather starts cooling off! Students can write their names or what they are thankful for on their own latte mug.

 We Have A Latte To Be Thankful For
Photo Credit: Amanda

Thanksgiving Interactive Bulletin Boards

Interactive bulletin boards don’t always have to be more work than boards that are not interactive!

These ideas are so easy and will have students excited about the holidays and remembering what they are thankful for.

30 Days of Thankfulness

This is an interactive board that can bring a class together!

Each student writes what they are thankful for and each day, the class reads one together. Opportunities like these help the class get to know each other better.

30 Days of Thankfulness
Photo Credit: We Are Teachers

We Are Thankful For

For this one, each student can make their own turkey and add a new feather each day. They can write down something or someone they are thankful for on the feather they are placing on the board that day.

We Are Thankful For
Photo Credit: Rainbows Within Reach

Whose Hiding in the Pumpkin Patch

This is a fun fall idea! This example has names on top and each students’ picture below, but you could make a game out of it.

Write a clue or single word chosen by the student and have the class guess who is hidden below.

Whose Hiding in the Pumpkin Patch
Photo Credit: My Calcas

I Am Thankful For

This is a very simple and interactive idea. You can have one student place a thankful leaf on the board each day or have everyone involved all at once!

I Am Thankful For
Photo Credit: The Teaching Texan

More Fall Bulletin Board Ideas

If you can’t wait to head out to the pumpkin patch this fall season, these boards should get you even more pumped!

Fall into Learning

This is a really fun way to make pumpkins for a bulletin board!

Fall into Learning
Photo Credit: My Calcas

Happy Fall Y’all

This cute bulletin board idea has the students or class make their own scarecrow.

Have them imagine themselves as one and complete a writing prompt about it.

Happy Fall Y’all
Photo Credit: Bored Teachers

Kindergarten is Stuffed with Fun!

This board has each member of the kindergarten team depicted as a scarecrow, but you could do each student in the class as well! Just make them smaller!

Kindergarten is Stuffed with Fun
Photo Credit: The Ordinary Mom

We’ve Got Lots to Crow About

Each artist gets to create their own cob of corn with this one. You can use paint for the kernels or small bits of tissue paper.

We’ve Got Lots to Crow About
Photo Credit: Library Learners

Jumping for Fall

Jumping in a pile of leaves is something nearly every little person looks forward to in the fall.

Capture each student jumping and show all of them having a blast on this fun and seasonal board.

Jumping for Fall
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Thanksgiving Bulletin Board Ideas